Helambu Trek
7 Days Package

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Drive to Sundarijal (1,385m/4,545ft), Trek to Chisopani (2,295m/7,655 ft)

Day 1

After we are done with the breakfast, we will drive for an hour before we reach Sundrijal. Situated in the foothills of the valley , Sundarijal is the starting point of our trek. Once we reach Sundarijal, we will embark to our trek to Chisapani . This will take us about four to five hours. Walking further , we will stroll around the hydroelectricity plant and also take the glimpses of the Shivapuri National Park. We will then reach Mulkhara and witness some amazing textures of Tamang culture in there . We can stop by around tea shops for a while. Then we walk by the dense rhododendron forest. After trekking through the forest for a while, we will finally reach Chisapani.

Trek from Chisopani (2,295m/7,655 ft) to Khutumsang (2,470 m/8,250 ft)

Day 2

Watching the sunrise from the Chisapani viewpoint will be ice to the cake of our retreat. Today we will set off to Kutumsang which will take us abour five to six hours. Today’s trek initiates with a decent trek by the meadows and fields enjoying the magnificent views of the Langtang Mountains. Then we descend to a saddle in the ridge, arriving at Pathi Bhanjyang, a small and pleasant village. We further trek to Gul Bhanjyang climbing over landscapes and a ridge to another pass. Another downhill trek from the pass takes us to Kutumsang. Overnight stay at a lodge

Trek from Khutumsang (2,470 m/8,250 ft) to Tharepati (3,690 m/11635 ft)

Day 3

After breakfast, we head towards the north of the Himalayas . This route lends us beautiful views of the snowy peaks ahead. The trail is an uphill work through the fir and rhododendron forest. The place is thinly populated . The trek continues to Yurin Danda with the scenic beauty of the dazzling himalayas. Shortly, we will arrive at a few lodges at Magen Goth near a pleasing meadow with mountain views. Finally, we arrive at Tharepati. Overnight stay at a lodge.

Trek from Tharepati (3,690 m/11,635 ft) to TarkeGyang (2,600 m/9,115 ft)

Day 4

Today , at the beginning of the trek, we will head towards the east, off the ridgeline. Then , we will descend towards Melamchi village, mostly inhabited by the Sherpas . This village is filled with Buddhist Stupas shrines and monasteries that was supposedy visited by Guru Rinpoche.It might get scarier as you proceed further inside. Then we trek up to Tarkeghyang passing through Sherpa settlements. Afterwards , we will rech the village is more popularly known as Helambu , given that most of the inhabitants belong to the Hyolmo caste.Overnight at the lodge

Trek from TarkeGyang (2,600 m/9,115 ft) to Sermanthang (2,590 m/8,715 ft)

Day 5

Today will be quite an easygoing given that we won’t be walking through very high altitudes. We will then stroll through the through dense forests . Those amazingly beautiful waterfalls will be quite a sight to stop and marvel . As our trek progresses , we will come across many small villages between Parachin and the Sherpa village of Ganguly. Soon as we reach Sermathang, we will watch the breathtaking glimses of the mountain and beautiful monasteries. Overnight at lodge.

Trek from Sermanthang (2,590 m/8,715 ft) to Malemchi Bazar (850 m/2825 ft)

Day 6

After a chilling breakfast, we will head out to view the beautiful . Being the last day of the trek, today will be exciting and pleasant. Today we make an amiable hike down the beautiful valley to the Melamchi River. Just out of Sermanthang we pass a large shrine to Guru Rinpoche and then descend through villages and terraced fields. Over the Melamchi River, we meet the road and at Melamchi Bazaar we arrange transport back to Kathmandu for the following day.

Drive from Malemchi Bazar (850 m/2825 ft) to Kathmandu

Day 7

Today we will make a pledge to return to Kathmandu. Following the route of the Melamchi river, we will watch all the beautiful views of the farmland.It will take us about four to five hours to drive back to Kathmandu. Trekkers will be escorted to their respective hotels. Trekkers may freshen up and choose to look into the city during the night . Thamel would be a great catch.


The Helambu Trek is a very smooth trek given that it is situated in an elevation ranging from 800-3600 m.The Helambu valley is a tapestry of ancient Tibetian cultures and monastries. We will come across various Tibetan Buddhist monasteries, shrines, and stupas. The place is mostly inhabited by Tamangs and Sherpas.

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